LOCKDOWN JAN 2021
Please read our Remote Learning Offer document, which clearly explains how Sharlston Community School will be ensuring continuity of teaching and learning for all our children.
All our remote learning is via microsoft TEAMS. This can be accessed via a range of devices, including Xbox or PS4 gaming consoles. Devices can be temporarily loaned form school, and we can also help with internet access where required.
Microsoft TEAMS can be downloaded as a free app on your device, or can be accessed via the RMUnify link found on the Waterton Academy Trust website. Please see the attached document for links.
You will need to access TEAMS using your child's username and password which have been supplied by school.
Once logged on to TEAMs, open to find your class page, which will have links to timetables, lessons and live meetings from class teachers with the daily learning tasks for your child.
Each class page on TEAMs has a TIMETABLE channel where the teacher will post the timetable for the week, and a daily plan of learning.
The picture link above will take you to the learning from home resources provided by the BBC, who are providing daily structured activities in English, Maths and other subjects. These can be accessed via the internet, BBC iplayer and BBC radio.
Phonics lessons are available on youtube. Click the picture link above for video lessons which will support children in Reception and KS1. Your child's class teacher will be providing Phonics lessons on their class TEAMs page.
At Sharlston we follow White Rose Maths, White Rose Maths have produced daily maths lesson resources for children to access at home, with video links and activities to download and print, or complete from the screen.
Oak National Academy Resources
Parents can access 180 lessons a week for every year group from Reception through to Year 10, through the online platform, Oak National Academy. The enterprise, which has been set up by teachers and is funded by the Department of Education, provides video lessons for students, with each lesson coming with a corresponding quiz and worksheet.
English The link above has RadioBlogging – daily shows with interactive activities to keep everyone busy and engaged, brought to you by Pie Corbett, Deputy Mitchell, Ian Rockey and Russell Prue, just listen and blog, it’s live, fun and interactive with new educational tasks each day for children of all ages.
CLICK HERE to visit and listen to any of the previous RadioBlogging Shows!
Encouraging your child to read as much and as often as possible, what ever their age, is one of the most important things you can do whist they are at home.Try asking your child to practise reading a story aloud, ready to entertain a family member via a video chat. Lots of free online books are available in the links at the bottom of this page.
Here are links to the main websites that we use in school, which can support your child's learning at home.
Some require log ins, which your child's class teacher can help with when they call.